We BEE Stamping TEAM Blog Hop-Designer Series Paper
November 01, 2021
Welcome to the We BEE Stamping TEAM Blog Hop, as we look at Stampin' Up!'s beautiful Designer Series Paper.
Did you know tomorrow Stampin' Up! is going to release a New Product Suite of Product called Eden's Garden?
There will be an Exclusive Designer Series Paper in this Suite called Ever Eden Specialty Designer Series Paper. This paper will only be available while supplies last. Take a look, as this paper is so beautiful. The two main colors ae Soft Succulent and Evening Evergreen, with one side having Gold Accents
The reverse side has softer shades with no gold.
Check out this card. I used the Quilting Technique that I shared in a technique video a few weeks ago, with the Gilded Leafing. I also used the Eden's Garden Bundle that is part of the Eden's Garden Bundle. This Bundle is part of the Eden's Garden Suite, and is an early release for the upcoming Mini Catalog.
If you miss that Technique Video you can view here.
When I do this technique, I also make a bigger piece than I need, and then cut it down. I had a 1" scrap, so I designed this card too. It is a Book Binding Card. If you have never made this Creative Fold Card you can check out my video here on how to make.
Check out the beautiful Gems on the Sentiment. These are the Garden Gems and are another Exclusive Item in the Eden's Garden Suite. They to are only going to be available while supplies last. SO DON'T DELAY tomorrow, get your order in for the Eden Garden's Suite. Check out all the details of the Suite here.
Now check out this video of a Card Swap I was part of with Stampin' Up! Advisory Board Alumni.
If you just buzzed over from Kim Baker's post and need to get back, or if you want to keep buzzing by over to Lisa Brown's post, click the buttons below!
I'll have to try out that technique.
Posted by: Leigh A Amburgey | November 02, 2021 at 06:47 AM
Such pretty cards! :)
Posted by: Kim Baker | November 01, 2021 at 11:09 PM
Love the gilded leafing. This a great technique to use up scraps of paper.
Posted by: Lisa M Brown | November 01, 2021 at 09:20 PM
Great technique for that gorgeous paper!
Posted by: Dana | November 01, 2021 at 09:08 PM